Hello I posted this question in an another forum but I am really wondering if perhaps it should have been posted here. If I get the answers I need then I will close out the other one. My question is this.. Is there such a thing as Holy Spirit baptism at the moment of salvation where we are placed into the body of Christ? The reason why I ask is because at the church we attend we are hearing that because Ephesians 4 speaks of "one" baptism that water baptism is the only kind of baptism for us today. They do not believe it to be for salvation but that baptism(water)is what puts us into the Body of Christ which they define as the church. They do believe it to be symbolic of salvation but they believe it to be the door to the church as well. In refuting the baptism of the Holy Spirt he references Romans 6:3-4 and thatonly water baptism is relational to the death,burial and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. He believes that the ressurection of Christ defeats the Holy Spirit baptism theory because if you were resurrected out of the body of Christ then you would no longer be saved. So in his mind, it must be defined as water baptism. This is not what we grew up to understand but if any of you can (with Scriptures) share your view point on all of this we would appreciate it. If this doctrine is incorrect then we will probably look elsewhere for worship. Sorry this is long but we would appreciate some direction.